Yulu Wynn launched at Rs 55,555

    The Wynn is the first Yulu product that is available to purchase for personal use.

    Published On May 02, 2023 11:57:00 AM


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    Shared electric mobility company Yulu has launched its first personal electric two-wheeler, the Wynn at an introductory price of Rs 55,555, and a warranty of 1 year from the date of purchase. Online bookings are open for the Wynn at Rs 999 (fully refundable), while deliveries are to begin from mid-May. After the introductory period, the Wynn will be available at a price of Rs 59,999.

    1. Wynn batteries can be swapped at Yuma stations
    2. All Yulu e-bikes made by Bajaj’s subsidiary, CTL

    Yulu Wynn e-bike: dimensions, range, features

    The Wynn is an electric two-wheeler aimed at last-mile mobility but like most other options out there, it can be purchased for personal use. It incorporates features such as keyless access, family sharing (Yulu allows you to share the Wynn with up to 5 members) and location tracking. The Wynn has a very accessible 740mm seat height and a diminutive wheelbase of just 1,200mm, with a max payload of 100kg. 

    The Wynn's battery can be replaced at any battery-swapping station on the Yuma Energy network. Customers can also purchase a portable charger accessory for home charging. On a full charge, the Wynn has a claimed range of 68km (IDC). To get access to the Yuma network for the Yulu Wynn's battery pack you need to pay a subscription fee, much like the Bounce Infinity E1

    The Wynn can be purchased with a bunch of accessories such as a set of rear view mirrors (it ships without these because it's not a registered vehicle), a centre stand, rear carrier, mobile holder and a helmet. All Yulu products are made by Bajaj Auto’s electric subsidiary, Chetak Technologies Limited. 

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    Yulu Miracle GR, DeX GR e-bikes launched, made in India by Bajaj

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